Dentistry - Recommended Sources

Books

A variety of reference works, including dictionaries, which tutors may well prefer to Wikipedia, and it even tells you how to set out a reference to what you find. Try out the 'Mind Map' option to see how your keyword links to others - useful for essay planning and dissertation work (use the arrow next to Basic Search to get to it).

An online reference collection, featuring full-text content from subject-specific reference titles. Do a keyword search of the whole collection or browse for a reference work by subject. Get help planning your research by visualising your topic with a concept map.

Contains full text books in many subject areas.

Contains many books on Dentistry.  All available from anywhere using your University account.  you can highlight text, make notes, create bookshelves, link to definitions and contextual material, and copy or print text.

The Library Catalogue contains details of books, journals, DVDs and other materials held by the library in physical form as well as many resources available electronically (eg. e-books and databases).

A 'search term' may be all or part of a title, author, publisher or simply subject keywords.

A guide to the using the library catalogue can be found here https://library.port.ac.uk/guides/docs/LG174.pdf

Additional Sources

This fantastic resource has captured UK terrestrial TV and radio programmes from 1998 onwards for anyone in UK universities to watch for free. You can create playlists and clips to embed in presentations, as well as putting in requests for recording. Look out for all the useful documentaries. (Not available to anyone outside the UK.)

• NHS - Behind the Headlines not in Discovery 

Your guide to the science that makes the news.

Access the full text of books about quantitative and qualitative research methods and many more social science research topics.

The TRIP Database is a clinical search engine designed to allow clinicians to quickly find answers to their clinical questions using the best available evidence. The TRIP Database started in 1997 as a result of the work of the founders in answering clinical questions. They recognised that searching multiple websites separately for relevant information was time-consuming. The creation of the TRIP Database allowed the simultaneous searching of multiple sites, hence speeding up the question answering process

Your Subject Team

Ann Hindson & Sarah Weston

Faculty Librarians

Email: sciencelibrarians@port.ac.uk

Phone: (023) 9284 3236

Marie Smith

Assistant Faculty Librarian

Email: Marie.smith@port.ac.uk

Phone: (023) 9284 3339

Further Information